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August 16, 2005 
South Korean resident holds sign as US soldiers carry equipment on barge on Nong island at Kooni bombing... 
Hwasung, Korea 
South Korean resident holds sign as US soldiers carry equipment on barge on Nong island at ... 
South Korean resident holds sign as US soldiers carry equipment on barge on Nong island at Kooni bombing range of US Forces Korea in Hwasung. A South Korean resident of Maehyang village holds a sign as U.S. soldiers carry equipment on a barge on Nong island in the Kooni bombing range of U.S. Forces Korea, off Maehyang village in Hwasung, about 70km south of Seoul, August 16, 2005. The residents said on Tuesday that they would occupy the small island to hold a protest as U.S. soldiers began collecting remains of missiles and unexploded missiles on the small island without discussion with residents. Residents asked U.S. authorities to hold a joint investigation into how to remove unexploded missiles which are stuck underground on the island. The Kooni bombing range has been used by the U.S. Air Force since 1951 and will be returned to South Korea when it is closed on August 31. The sign reads,"Protect residents and the environment". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
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